This morning I took my dogs for a walk 🐶
While out enjoying a beautiful day and a little peace and quiet I came across 2 women on the bogs 👋🏽
I recognized them - but didn’t know who they were so I said Hi and kept walking - when all of the sudden one of them women said to me 💭
“I heard you call your dog Mason...Are you Emily?”
“Shit” I thought to myself. I have no idea who this lady is - she’s going to think I’m so rude... but “Yes, I am!” I said 😬
She proceeded to tell me who she was - and it was the mother of one of my past employees. I told her how lucky we were to have this employee and that I hoped they were doing well....
Which is when she proceeded to tell me...
How much he liked working for us - hell he was only washing dishes she said but he actually really enjoyed it! He said it was like a big family there - where everyone had fun at work - and the head chef - Joe - he said he is great. 💥
The amount of emotion I felt come over me in those 30 seconds is unparalleled to a feeling I’ve ever felt before ✨
So proud, happy, excited and pleased all at once 🥰
And just out for my morning walk with the dogs... this women made.my.day. 👏🏽
. #alwaysstayhumbleandkind#thenut#bosslady .
Off the Stanley today... unfortunately due to weather we couldn't do the walk or go on the chairlift , but at least we got to see this beautiful landmark... it really was beautiful how the old buildings were around the base.. such a little little restored old town that has kept with its heritage ways.. definitely a must to see #stanley#thenut#heritage#livingourdream
a ~little~ late, but: can’t wait for sr year with these lovely ladies!!! psyched to be living with u all (plus Cow and Freddie, @karen sorry we have two pets in a pet free house). let’s tear it up babyyyy #thenut
Sunset at Stanley on Tasmania’s north coast captured by @paulmp 📷 The rainbow is falling on local icon the Nut - a sheer-sided bluff which is all that remains of an ancient volcanic plug. From the top, you’ll be spoilt by spectacular views across Bass Strait beaches and over the historic town 🌋🌅
Nestled at the bottom of the rather mysterious “Nut” (Moo-Nut-Re-Ker), this is @shipinnstanley. This boutique hotel is located in the little fishing village of Stanley on the north-west coast of Tasmania - and with seven suites, each has a story to tell.
Stunning interior design and styling by @lyndagardener & @bellebrightproject of @inside_story_, with lovely a story by Victoria Carey, editor of @countrystylemag. Out now in the October issue!
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A golden hour glow envelops the Nut at Stanley, viewed from the ruins of the convict barracks at Highfield Estate.
The core of an extinct volcano, The Nut is a fascinating geological formation, standing at 152 metres and towering above Stanley. You can walk to the top or take the comfortable chairlift ride where you can take in stunning 360 degree views of the township and fishing port, Bass Strait and the Rocky Cape National Park 😃
Happy Monday and the start of a new week. Here is a unique photo of 'The Nut'... which is definitely a new view never seen before thanks to @brodie_peters_photo who says ⛰ "On the weekend I decided to send my drone up to get some photographs of Stanley, for a different perspective of The Nut. The Nut is an old volcanic plug which rises to around 143m above sea level. The smoke in the air produced this subtle orange sunset. How amazing is this place!" #TasmaniaGram#InstaTasmania#InstaTassie#tasmania#tassie#tassiepics#thenut#stanley
The core of an extinct volcano, this fascinating geological formation stands at 152 meters and towers above Stanley, on Tassie's north-west coast, providing stunning 360 degree views of the township, Bass Strait and the magnificent Rocky Cape National Park 🌿
Located in the historic town of Stanley, on Tassie's far north-west coast, you will find ‘The Nut’. The solidified lava lake of a long-extinct volcano, towering 152m above the little town surrounding its base, is actually over 13 million years old! On top of The Nut you will be amazed by the raw natural beauty found from every angle of the plateau of this unique attraction!
From the top there are 360° views taking in the little coastal town of Stanley, the Rocky Cape National Park and Highfield Historic Site, together with the rural surrounding farmland landscape.